Independently-owned Ambest Service Centers throughout the United States have adopted Tractor-Trailer.net from Mitchell 1 to diagnose and repair the wide variety of commercial vehicles that visit their locations for service. Technicians at full-service Ambest locations with Tractor-Trailer.net can fix virtually any 1990 or newer Class 8 tractor, trailer or reefer that comes into their facility, according to Mitchell 1.
“Commercial vehicle owners are always in a hurry to get their vehicles back on the road, making money,” says Tommy Davis, Ambest Service Centers director. “Now they can count on our full-service member locations to get them in and out, with the correct fix, in a reasonable time. With Tractor-Trailer.net, the technicians don’t need to hunt around for the correct information. It’s always available to them when they need it, 24/7.”
Mitchell 1, a Snap-on Co., describes Tractor-Trailer.net as a Web-based platform that serves as a one-stop industry resource for heavy-duty tractor/trailer/reefer repair shop service information. It includes detailed procedural information, color photos, diagnostics and wiring diagrams for virtually every truck built during the last decade and a half, according to the Poway, Calif.-based company; information is updated monthly and is available to subscribers 24/7.
Ambest is a group of 123 independently owned and operated truck stops, travel centers and Service Centers located across the United States. Ambest Service Centers has 39 locations across the United States.